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Self-Guided Cycling Amsterdam to Bruges

Netherlands, Belgium
Available Departures: Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct

9 days from


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Discover the landscapes and rich history of The Netherlands and Belgium in this iconic cross-border cycling holiday

Trip Code: SGNB
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Suitable for most people in good health, holidays at this grade include only limited amounts of activity.

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Suitable for reasonably fit individuals, such as weekend walkers and cyclists. There can be the occasional more difficult day.

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Self-Guided Cycling Amsterdam to Bruges

  • Explore Amsterdam’s famous UNESCO-listed canals and immerse yourself into this vibrant city
  • Discover iconic windmills at World Heritage Listed Kinderdijk
  • Pedal through peaceful open green spaces, along scenic canals and experience the excellent cycle network of the region
  • Delve into beautiful Bruges and its UNESCO-listed historic centre
  • Get your fill of Belgian beer and chocolate, and delicious Dutch cheese

At a Glance
  • Self-Guided
  • 6 days cycling and sightseeing
  • 1 free day in Amsterdam
  • Daily departures available
  • Join In Amsterdam / End in Bruges

Accommodation & Meals
  • 8 Breakfasts
  • 8 nights Hotel

Travelling by bike is ingrained in the Dutch and Belgian psyche, so what better way to explore these two great cycling nations than on two wheels, at your own pace? On this one week cycling holiday beginning in Amsterdam and ending in Bruges, you will journey through marvellous cities to discover their rich history and magnificent architecture, glide through vast green countryside spaces and along peaceful canals, and savour the delicious produce of the region. Boasting a world-leading network of extensive cycle paths, cruising on two wheels in The Netherlands and Belgium allows you to journey like a local while you uncover the wonderful scenery and marvel at the incredible engineering feats of centuries past.

With two nights in Amsterdam at the start of your holiday, you will have the time to immerse yourself in this fascinating UNESCO-listed city abundant in history, culture, art and architecture. Over 6 days of leisurely cycling on easy, designated cycle paths you will cover an average of 55km per day, and rest up each evening at ideally located and welcoming 4* & 3* accommodations in the medieval towns and vibrant cities you visit along the way. Concluding at the wonderful city of Bruges, your holiday is bookended with another UNESCO-listed icon, where we can also assist you in extending your time to really soak in the sights.

Is this holiday for you?

If you love exploring on two wheels and having plenty of time to stop and discover new cultures, historical sights and sample delicious produce, this holiday will tick all the boxes for you. Cycling on flat, well-built designated cycle paths, this is a great holiday to undertake with your family or as an introduction to cycling holidays. The region boasts an excellent cycle network, well signposte …

If you love exploring on two wheels and having plenty of time to stop and discover new cultures, historical sights and sample delicious produce, this holiday will tick all the boxes for you. Cycling on flat, well-built designated cycle paths, this is a great holiday to undertake with your family or as an introduction to cycling holidays. The region boasts an excellent cycle network, well signposted and numbered throughout, which together with your route notes makes navigation easy. You will cycle an average of 55km a day on flat terrain, plus there is also the option to upgrade to an e-bike if you wish to have extra pedal power on your way.

Why KE?

We have incorporated a free day in Amsterdam at the start of your holiday to enable you to soak in all that this fantastic city has to offer.

We have also included bike hire and taken care of your luggage transfers so you can relax and enjoy your ride. Plus e-bike upgrades are available to make your ride a whole lot easier.



Check in to your hotel and settle in, you have two nights here to immerse yourself into the vibrant city of Amsterdam. Depending on your time of arrival, you may have time to head to central Amsterdam to explore its world famous network of canals. Originating in the 17th century, these iconic waterways were created to transport goods to the city while also controlling the water and acting as a strategic deterrence to potential enemies. The maze of canals and beautiful narrow buildings form Amsterdam's unique cultural heritage, leading to its inclusion in 2010 as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Take your time to explore the atmospheric narrow lanes and soak in the scenery. It is said that the best way to experience the canals is from the water; you could sail along on a guided canal boat tour, or you might like to hire a canoe or even a SUP to propel yourself along at your own pace. You can also learn more about the history of the canals at the Grachten Museum, located in a 17th century canal house with period rooms, housing informative exhibitions and a pretty canal garden. Foodies will also love to delve into the delicious and diverse cuisine on offer; you will be spoilt for choice for fantastic places to eat.



Today you have a full free day to discover Amsterdam. With a rich history, Amsterdam offers a myriad of fascinating sights to visit and museums to explore, as well as a number of beautiful public squares where you can experience the beating heart of the city.

The Royal Palace can be found at the thriving Dam Square, an opulent building with marble floors, numerous spectacular chandeliers, paintings and sculptures. Head to the Rembrandtplein for cafes, clubs and vibrant nightlife; to the Museumplein for your fill of art and culture; or for bustling markets, immerse yourself into Waterlooplein and Nieuwmarkt.

The life and works of Vincent Van Gogh, perhaps one of the most famous and recognisable Dutch artists, are celebrated here with a dedicated museum in downtown Amsterdam's Museumplein, housing a permanent collection of some of his masterpieces including 'Sunflowers', and his distinctive self-portraits. The Rijksmuseum is also nearby, home to a diverse collection of works including those of Dutch Masters including Rembrandt and Vermeer.

TULIP FESTIVAL: Tulips are synonymous with the Netherlands and herald the arrival of spring. Throughout April, the Tulip Festival is in bloom, and visitors can go on a journey of discovery along dozens of locations all over Amsterdam to catch these colourful bulbs in bloom.





Enjoy a hearty breakfast this morning to fuel up ready for your first day of cycling and enjoyment of the excellent Dutch cycle paths. Leaving the bustle of the city behind, your journey today takes you into the rural Green Heart of Holland and the peace and quiet of its flat, open landscapes. The Green Heart is a pleasant region of low-lying polders and meadows, often occupied with lazily grazing cattle. The landscape with its far reaching flat ground and big skies reflected in lakes and canals, interspersed with church spires and windmills touching the horizon, makes for a relaxing ride and a delightful first taste of rural Dutch country.

Your destination for the day is the market town of Gouda, famous not only for its namesake cheese, but also for the delicious syrup waffles known as stroopwafels or siroopwafels. The perfect bike snack! This ancient city offers a lovely blend of historic buildings, medieval cobbled streets and pretty canals. Enjoy a stroll around the old town to discover the towering spire and stained glass windows of Saint Jan church and admire the magnificent 15th century town hall and the central market square.

GOUDA CHEESE MARKET: Every Thursday morning from early April to the end of August, the spectacle of the traditional cheese market is re-enacted. Farmers negotiate with merchants, and deals are sealed with a hand slap. The cheeses are delivered on briquettes and taken away after the sale to be weighed in the 17th century weighing house De Goudse Waag - now also housing a museum to the cheese trade, and offers cheese tastings paired with wine or beer.






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Perhaps with a supply of delicious cheese in your pannier for a picnic lunch, set off from Gouda this morning to continue your journey through the peaceful Green Heart, aiming for the village of Kinderdijk. Here you will find the 19 windmills that have stood the test of time since 1740, an iconic representation of Dutch ingenuity in water management, and declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997. You can discover the history of the windmills and waterways by visiting one of the mill museums; it is also possible to take a canal cruise or perhaps enjoy a mindful quiet moment with a spot of birdwatching - if you are lucky you might spot some rare and endangered species sheltering among the swampy reed beds. This would be an idyllic location for your lunch stop, indeed there is a café at the visitors centre which offers a wonderful viewpoint over the picturesque mills and canal. When you ready, continue your leisurely journey towards your home for the night. Depending on the accommodation booked, you may stay tonight in either Papendrecht, or in neighbouring Dordrecht.






38 KM

Your journey today will first take you through the historic city of Dordrecht, the oldest city in the Netherlands. Its location at the confluence of major rivers made it an important trading point for goods including timber, cereals and wine. Its prosperity is evident in the historic harbour centre. You will have the opportunity to discover the Grote Kerk, the beautiful medieval church (officially known as the Church of Our Lady) on the waterfront, and the picturesque buildings lining the pretty canals interlinked with narrow alleys.

Heading out from the city, you will follow the Wantij canal to reach the ferry crossing heading for the National Park De Biesbosch. These wetlands are a maze of rivers, islands and creeks. It has a unique ecosystem and is a paradise for wildlife, with bird species including kingfishers, eagle and osprey resident here, as well as the elusive beaver.

Please note ferry schedules should be checked in advance, as these may not operate daily or in the event of bad weather. If the ferry is not operating on this day of your trip, you can follow the alternative route via the Moerdijkse bridge to cross the Holland Dieps river and continue your journey on to the fortified town of Willemstad and your home for the night.

Shaped like a seven point star, Willemstad was a fortified garrison town named after Prince William of Orange, with its seven bastions named after the original provinces of the 16th century Dutch Republic. Check in to your hotel within the old ramparts and take a leisurely walk to explore its scenic streets, unchanged since 1585. Along the way you can discover historical monuments including a gunpowder house built by Napoleon, the 17th century octagonal church of Koepelkerk, and the impressive former country house and hunting lodge of Mauritshuis.






65 KM

Your route today will take you through the island province of Zeeland, with charming rural scenery, little industry and few large towns. Gliding peacefully along quiet cycle lanes, through picturesque towns with cobbled streets, the landscape of coastline and waterways melds with green fields and woods. Your hotel this evening is located in the tranquil wooded hamlet of Schuddebeurs, a favourite location of Zierikzee dignitaries where their country homes and retreats were built among the verdant parks and gardens. The hotel has an excellent restaurant utilising quality seasonal local produce from Zeeland, with plenty of seafood on offer including lobster when in season. Alternatively you can also to head to Zierikzee to explore the town and take your pick of the restaurants available here, before returning to your secluded hotel for a good night's rest.






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Enjoy a leisurely start this morning and take the time to head first into Zierikzee, a small town steeped in history. The 14th century town gates of Zuidhavenpoort and Noordhavenpoort were built as part of the waterfront defences; standing opposite these gates you can take in a superb vista of the medieval buildings and the double drawbridge spanning the canal. Park up your bike and take a wander through the streets to discover the town's squares, narrow alleyways and photogenic buildings from a bygone time.

You will continue your ride by crossing the Zeeland Bridge, an impressive 5km long structure linking the islands between Zierikzee and Colijnsplaat. When the sky is reflected endlessly in the water you could imagine you are riding across the clouds. Traversing the polder landscapes of inlets and dikes, you can either cross Veerse Meer lagoon via the ferry, or continue riding along the coast and across the Veerse Dam to reach Middelburg.

With a long history stretching back to the 9th century, Middelburg today still has a large number of historic buildings preserved in the old town, despite the heavy bombings experienced here during the Second World War. In the heart of the city lies the abbey and its 90m high tower known as 'Long John'. If you are feeling energetic, you can climb its 207 steps to gain fantastic views over the city and beyond. The beautiful Gothic town hall & market square are also prominent landmarks of the city; a weekly market takes place here every Thursday.






43 KM

After a fuelling breakfast this morning, embark on the final leg of your cycle journey taking you across the border into Belgium. Setting off in a southerly direction, you will soon reach the port town of Vlissingen from where you will take the ferry to Breskens (approx. 25 minutes journey) to continue your scenic ride along the coastline edged with long sandy beaches, through placid villages, and along ubiquitous canals and pastures. From the border town of Sluis, much of the way to Bruges will be along the pretty tree-lined Damme Canal, originally commissioned by Napoleon hence why it is sometimes referred to as the Napoleonchannel.

Arriving at your hotel and handing over your rental bike, you can freshen up and delve into all that Bruges has to offer you. Rounding off your week in another magnificent UNESCO World Heritage Site, you can really immerse yourself into this city and discover its beautiful Gothic structures, medieval canals, romantic bridges, historic buildings and atmospheric squares that helped to place it firmly on this coveted list. At the centre of Bruges, the 83m high Belfry Tower stands as a prominent landmark of the city. A climb to the top will reward you with a stunning panorama. Beneath, the Market Square is the beating heart of the city and is host to a weekly food market (Wednesday mornings) as well as events including the start of the Tour of Flanders. Of course, no visit to Belgium is complete without enjoying a glass of Belgian beer, what better way to celebrate a fantastic week of cycling.






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Enjoy a relaxed breakfast and take a final exploration of Bruges before making your onward journey. You can also extend your time in Bruges to really soak in this enchanting city, just speak to our sales team to arrange additional nights accommodation.


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Essential Information

We've compiled some of our Frequently Asked Questions to help you learn more about this amazing trip.

  • All accommodation as described
  • Meals as described in the Meal Plan
  • Self-guided information pack containing your route notes & maps
  • 24 gear bike hire
  • Bike accessories (pannier/ puncture repair kit/ pump/ lock)
  • Luggage transfers
  • GPX tracks available

  • Travel Insurance
  • Bike Insurance
  • Travel to Amsterdam
  • Travel from Bruges
  • Visas (if applicable)
  • Ferry tickets where required
  • Tourist Taxes may apply and are usually under 5 Euros per person per night
  • Some meals as described in the Meal Plan
  • Personal equipment
  • Any entry fees to sights en route
  • Any additional activities/excursions indicated as optional

Each self-guided holiday comes with comprehensive route notes and a map or pocket guidebook of the area you are exploring. The route notes contain information about the places you will visit, about the local transport you might need, along with the detailed route notes for your daily walks or cycle rides. We even include some tips for the best places to stop for lunch.

You can expect to receive your Self-Guided Pack containing your route notes, a map or guidebook and all your relevant documents no later than 3 weeks before your holiday start date. We will send your documents using a signed for courier so that you can track your package and know that they are safely on their way to you. For bookings of more than 4 people we will send an additional Self-Guided Pack. If you do not need this additional pack please inform our sales team. Your pack will be sent to the lead booker so please remind them to pack it before you set off.

Should your self-guided trip be part of a longer adventure requiring you to leave home more than three weeks before your holiday start date, please do inform our sales team so that we can make alternative delivery arrangements.

Our Self-Guided Holidays are perfect for your next family holiday and are suitable for children of all ages.

Our partner hotels and accommodations are able to provide cots for young children, and some offer family rooms. We can also arrange hire of children’s bikes and tag along bikes for most of our self-guided cycling trips and with trips such as Lake Constance and the Danube offering routes on designated cycle paths you can rest assured in keeping your family safe.

As a parent we trust that you know your own child’s capabilities, so please read the itinerary details to ensure the distances covered each day are suitable for your family. If this is a first time walking holiday for your family, a centre based trip is a fantastic option as it allows you to easily opt out of a days walking if a day of building sand castles, swimming in the pool or visiting museums is calling instead.

Please discuss this further with our sales team who will be happy to assist in picking the best trip for your family.

The trip starts in Amsterdam and ends in Bruges. All of our self-guided holidays are sold on a Land Only basis allowing you the flexibility to choose the travel method which best suits you.

The nearest airport for this trip is Amsterdam with many departures from regional UK airports. It is also possible to travel flight-free from the UK to Amsterdam, making use of the Eurostar from London St Pancras, or the ferry from Newcastle to Ijmuiden with bus and train connections linking the port and the city centre.

At the end of your holiday you can take the train from Bruges back to Amsterdam, or return from Bruges to the UK via the train link with Eurostar.

This trip is on a bed and breakfast basis to allow you the most flexibility during your holiday.

Water is drinkable from the taps on this holiday. Please fill your personal bottles for your day in the morning. We do not encourage the purchasing of single use plastic bottles.

On this holiday, there will be no shortage of excellent restaurants and variety of cuisines available to please any palate, though of course its a great experience to sample the traditional delicacies and local favourites of the places you visit. The proximity to the sea brings an abundance of fresh seafood alongside the produce of the rural farmland surrounding the cities.

In Amsterdam and the Netherlands, ‘Hollandse Nieuwe’ or ‘haring’ is a traditional snack of pickled herring served with raw onions and gherkins and can be enjoyed on its own or in a sandwich, though the traditional method of consumption is by holding the fish vertically by its tail and eating upwards! Bitterballen and Kroket are also popular savoury snacks and a perfect beer accompaniment, typically of seasoned meat covered in breadcrumbs and fried.

Dutch cheeses are world famous, be sure to get your fill of delicious Gouda from its namesake town and sample the surprising array of flavours available. Did you know that stroopwafels, the sweet treat popular all over the world, also originates from Gouda? On one of your cake stops we highly recommend sampling Dutch Apple Cake and Poffertjes - mini pancake puffs dusted with icing sugar - yum!

The region of Flanders prides itself on its use of seasonal, quality ingredients. You can find flavoursome grey shrimp used in many Flemish dishes; at Oostduinkerke these shrimp are still netted traditionally and sustainably from the North Sea by fishermen on horseback.

Belgium is famous for its beers, with a long brewing tradition stretching back over centuries and traditional Belgian beers such as Duvel, Hoegaarden and Leffe have become internationally recognised brands. Quality chocolate is also synonymous with Belgium so those with a sweet tooth can really indulge in this delicious treat!

On this holiday you will stay in a great selection of 4* & 3* hotels, all carefully chosen for their ideal locations, atmosphere and warm welcome. The hotels all offer a great breakfast buffet to fuel you for the day ahead and rooms are on a double or twin basis, some with Austrian style twin beds (two beds within one bed frame and separate bedding).

Staying two nights in Amsterdam at the start of your holiday, you will have plenty of time to explore the city. It is also possible to arrange additional nights accommodation in either Amsterdam or Bruges if you would like to enjoy this magnificent region a little longer. Please speak to one of our sales team for further details.

We select our accommodation carefully, and during the high season the precise location of your overnight stay might differ slightly to that described in the day by day itinerary. All accommodation is of similar standard.

Bikes come with 24 gears and come equipped with a pannier for your daily essentials plus lights, a bike lock, pump and repair kit. Your bike will be available to collect on Day 2 of your holiday, usually by the early evening.

The hybrid-style bikes provided for this trip come in a unisex/female frame (step through frame) or a male bike frame (high top tube). We will reserve the appropriate size of bike for you based on your height.

We strongly recommend for you to bring your own helmet with you for the best comfort. We also recommend packing a gel seat for extra comfort or a pair of padded cycling shorts, whilst the cycling is leisurely and there are plenty of opportunities to stop and explore it is always nice to have some padding for a comfortable ride.

E-bikes are also available at an additional supplement of £175. A minimum height of 160cm is recommended for e-bikes.

We can also arrange tandem bikes, children’s bikes, trailers and child seats upon request. Please ask our sales team for details.

Your main luggage will be transferred between each of your hotels while you are out on your bike. We ask that you please ensure your luggage is limited to one piece under 20KG per person and that your luggage is ready for collection each morning.


Your passport must meet 2 requirements. It must be:

  • less than 10 years old on the day you enter (check the ‘date of issue’)

  • valid for at least 3 months after the day you plan to leave (check the ‘expiry date’)

For the latest details on visiting countries within the EU or the European Economic Area (EEA), please check the UK Government website

The information that we provide is for UK passport holders. A passport with 6 months remaining validity at the end of your stay is generally required, and you should have at least 2 blank pages for each country that you visit.

It is your responsibility to ensure that you have the correct travel documents and visas for your holiday. Please ensure that you check for the latest advice before travel. For the most up to date information on entry requirements, please visit the UK Government website.


You should contact your doctor or travel clinic to check whether you require any specific vaccinations.

GHIC / Medical cover

UK residents should carry a free Global Health Insurance Card (GHIC). This entitles you to state provided medical treatment when you're visiting an EU country or Switzerland. This is not a substitute for medical travel insurance which is vital when travelling overseas.

Severe Allergies

Please inform our KE Sales and support team of any severe allergies you may have before travel. We will always do our best to help but we are unable to guarantee an allergy free environment on our KE trips. We advise that you always carry your own treatment for the allergy with you such as 'adrenaline auto-injectors' if required.  We also recommend that you discuss this with your accommodation on arrival so that they can better assist you.

The currency for part or all of this holiday is the Euro.

The advantage of a self-guided cycling holiday is that you decide the pace. This trip is designed for leisure cyclists and does not require you to be in peak fitness. Having said this it is always sensible to get some additional exercise before going on an active holiday. After all, the fitter you are the more enjoyable your cycling will be. You should be comfortable with cycling 50-60 km a day on easy cycle paths and we advise to dust off your bike and head out on a few rides before your holiday.

The Netherlands and Belgium has a temperate maritime climate influenced by the North Sea and the Atlantic Ocean, with coastal regions frequently feeling windy. Generally the winters are mild and the summers are cool, with the months of May through to September being the best time for cycling. Daytime temperatures in the spring and autumn are typically around mid-teens Centigrade, while in the summer this can reach low-20s Centigrade. Precipitation can be experienced at any time of the year.

As a reputable tour operator, KE supports the British Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office's ‘Travel Aware campaign to enable British citizens to prepare for their journeys overseas. The 'Travel Aware' website provides a single, authoritative source of advice for all kinds of travellers and we recommend that prior to travel, all KE clients visit the official UK Government website at and read the FCDO Travel Advice for their chosen destination. North Americans can also check out the U.S. Department of State website: for essential travel advice and tips.

KE treat the safety and security of all clients as the most important aspect of any trip we organise. We would not run any trip that we did not consider reasonably safe.  Should the FCDO advise against travel for any reason, we will contact everyone booked to travel to discuss the situation.  We receive regular updates direct from the FCDO and are in constant touch with our contacts on the ground.  If you have any questions about government travel advice, please call our office.

KE do not encourage the use of single use plastic items. We are ensuring that our agents all over the world are working together to reduce the problem and educate those around them. We are leading by example in our KE office by reducing our plastic use.

The Diary of a Young Girl – Anne Frank

Why the Dutch are Different – Ben Coates

In the City of Bikes – Pete Jordan

The Master of Bruges – Terence Morgan

The Beast, the Emperor and the Milkman – Harry Pearson

It is an essential condition of joining a holiday with KE Adventure Travel that you have a valid travel insurance policy to cover the cost of medical treatment and to protect the value of your holiday in the event of cancellation.  When taking out insurance please ensure the policy you choose covers you for the activities and altitude included in your itinerary.

For appropriate insurance cover we recommend Campbell Irvine Direct.  Please go to our Travel Insurance page for further information and to get a quote.

Please note that a paper copy of your travel insurance is required if you are travelling to Huaraz and the Huayhuash region.

  • Cycling shorts

  • Cycle helmet

  • Functional base layer

  • T-shirts

  • Scarf

  • Hat

  • Windproof jacket

  • Fleece / extra layer

  • Rain protection

  • Rucksack (approx. 20 l)

  • Small first aid kit for your rucksack

  • Sunscreen

  • Water bottle or hydration pack

  • Camera (batteries/memory card)

  • Mobile Phone (ensure your data package covers your destination)

  • Handlebar mount that is compatible with your smartphone

  • Power bank

  • Waterproof phone cover

  • Sun glasses

  • Personal wash kit

  • Reusable cloth bag for shopping to avoid the use of plastic bags

  • Tupperware for picnics

Cotswold Outdoor Red PantonMany of the Equipment items listed above are available from Cotswold Outdoor - our 'Official Recommended Outdoor Retailer'. When you book a holiday with KE you will receive 12.5% discount voucher from Cotswold Outdoor and other retailers.
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Please note our 'from price' listed is based on 4 persons in double or twin occupancy, however we can quote for any number of travellers, including solo travellers, contact our sales team for a quote.

All of our self-guided holidays are sold on a Land Only basis allowing you the flexibility to choose the travel method which best suits you. You may even wish to make this holiday part of a bigger adventure or pair it with one of our other holidays. We can arrange additional nights accommodation before or after your self-guided trip, ask our sales team to find out more about this.

Our sales team will be happy to provide you a quote for scheduled flights or alternatively you may wish to book your own flights with a low cost carrier from your nearest regional airport.

Please DO NOT book your flights before you have received your booking confirmation and your deposit has been taken.


Changes to flights

Please be aware that the flight industry is experiencing a high level of service fluctuation and changes to your flights may occur. This may also require amends to the transfers and joining arrangements. Thank you all for continuing your patience and understanding.

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The price of our holidays can change depending on a variety of factors but unlike some other tour operators, KE have undertaken to guarantee the Land Only price of your holiday will not change after you have booked. The price when you book is the price you will pay, whether you are booking for this year or the next. Book early to avoid any tour price increases, get the best flight prices and take advantage of our 'No Surcharge Guarantee'.

KE Adventure is a fully bonded tour operator. We hold an ATOL license (No: 2808) and are bonded with ABTA (Membership No: W4341)

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